Review – Colour B4 Extra Strength Hair Colour Remover

Over the years I have coloured my hair brown, black, red, blue and purple. My hair is naturally blonde, like white blonde.

After experimenting with lots of colours I decided that I would go back blonde. I picked up Colour B4 Extra Strength Hair Colour Remover from boots as it was on offer for £6.66.

 

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I read the instructions carefully and understood that Colour B4 wouldn’t actually make my hair back to blonde but it would lighten my hair and remove colour build up.

 

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Whilst mixing the products I noticed a horrible smell of rotten eggs!

I applied the product on to my hair making sure it was all covered and fully saturated. I then wrapped my hair in cling film and covered with a towel over the top. I then sat and waited patiently for 60 minutes while the product did its thing.

 

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Once the 60 minutes was up I jumped in the shower and rinsed the product out for 10 minutes, making sure there was a constant flow of water on my hair to rinse it thoroughly. I then applied half the included buffer product to my hair and left it for 1 minute, rinsed and then applied the second half and rinsed.

 

Before

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I knew my hair would have a slight ginger tint to it, as my hair cuticles have been stained from previous dying. So I bought  Provoke Touch Of Silver Colour Care Shampoo, to help counteract the brass tone. I also used the Provoke Touch Of Silver Colour Care Conditioner.

 

After

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Colour B4 did remove the colour and build up as described on the packet. I would say if you have long or thick hair to buy two packets. The only downfall was the smell which lasted a few days. I did not notice any damage to my hair and would use this product again.

 

UPDATE – I now use the Bleach London Silver Shampoo and Bleach London Silver Conditioner to maintain my ash blonde hair!

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